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the investigation to make sure that petraeus did not use any agency resources improperly. the fbi has already cleared the general of mishandling classified information. the fbi says his mistress paula broadwell had classified information, but it came from researching petraeus' career for his biographer. they spoke to broadwell three weeks ago about the information. they finally told intelligence director james clapper about their investigation four days later. >>> melissa mollet live at the live desk in the middle east. >> a cease fire between israel and the gaza strip has now collapsed as palestinians continue cross-border attacks and israelis launch additional air strikes. rockets from gaza hit several sites on southern israel. israel spopded with the attack on the house of the hamas commander. egypt's prime minister is visiting the gaza strip. there might actually be a live picture. more than two dozen people have been killed in the past three days of fierce fighting between militants in those areas. five of those killed, children. at the live desk, melissa mollet, news 4. >>> violence in
and the cia and fbi come to live with the house and senate intelligence committees will hear from former cia director, david petraeus. >> he interviewed many of the people, as i understand it, that were involved appearance of the opportunity to get his views is very important. >> the closed door hearing is not expected to get into the affair that prompted david petraeus to resign. the fbi concluded it was a personal matter. >> we made the determination as we are going through that there was not a threat to national security. >> david petraeus testified today on the deadly attack that killed four americans and then gonzi. thursday they saw the real time video of the attack. >> this administration, including the president himself has intentionally misinformed, lied to the american people in the aftermath of this tragedy. >> if you want to know who is responsible and this, by yourself in error. >> david petraeus could shed some light on that today. >> senate leaders say they will hold a hearing at a later date. >> our other big story is an edgewater man charged with a long history of sexually a
information. petraeus' mistress may have troubles of her own. the fbi says it's still investigating paula broadwell. the army reservist has had her security clearance revoked as well. broadwell had classified information, but it came from her time researching petraeus' career for her biography, which she wrote. investigators spoke to broadwell two weeks ago about the information. they finally told national intelligence director james clapper about the information four days later. >>> today congress is looking into spending practices that runs d.c.'s two major airports. the authority's chairman and transportation secretary ray lahood are expects to testify. >>> getting around one of the most heavily traveled parts of the beltway in virginia should get a little easier starting tomorrow. the 495 express lanes open on saturday. the 14-mile stretch of toll lanes run between springfield and the dulles toll road. here's the promise. you'll be able to go at least 45 miles per hour even at rush hour. that is thanks to varying tolls that charge based on congestion and could cost as much as $1 a mil
. the fbi already concluded its investigation and found no evidence petraeus had mishandled classified information. >>> 6:05 right now. today president obama will begin negotiations with congressional leaders on perhaps the most important budget deal of his presidency. congressional leaders will meet with the president today at the white house. they're trying to keep the country from going over the so-called fiscal cliff. they have to reach a deal by the end of the year to avoid steep tax hikes and deep spending cuts that could send us into a recession. the president has already met with labor and business leaders this week to get their input on a potential spending plan. >>> the group that runs d.c.'s two major airports and the dulles toll road will face tough questions from congress today. a house committee wants more answers about a scathing audit of the metro washington airport authority. the report includes details of lavish spending on travel and contracts that were given to former board members. >>> wurn family relieved, another grieving after the verdict in the bowie state murd
, as the photo of that fbi agent connected to the so-called whistleblower in the case is revealed. >>> an astonishing rescue after that three-car crash caught on tape. neighbors race to help the victims. then this, a grandfather of 14, battling broken glass and twisted metal, to safe a baby at the last minute. >>> and are you ready for this? lindsay lohan set to walk into our times square studio this morning for her only live interview. she is playing the world's most famous movie star. but first, she is live on "good morning america." >>> good morning, america. we have breaking news just as we come on the air. sirens welling across southern israel and tel aviv right there. palestinian rock et cetera targeting tel aviv just exploded. we're right on the edge of war in the middle east right now. there's no injuries reported from this latest shell explosion. but this is a serious escalation. >> we have our eye on all of the developments there. >>> and we also have the latest on the millionaire software titan on the run. police could be closing in on him right now. and abc news has le
. and we're going to continue to work to get those answers. >> reporter: it took ten days for the fbi to gather the video from the security cameras at the consulate. the hearings again will go on today. it will be day two of these hearings and then the next half hour i'm going to break down the timeline that was given to this intelligence committee. back to both of you. >> all right, that's surae chinn reporting live on capitol hill. we'll be hearing more from her later on in the morning. >>> time now for the latest your money report. >> jessica doyle is here with today's headlines. wall street still struggling. >> fingers crossed we're hoping for better days. it's friday maybe that will put investors in a better state of mind. four days in a row that wall street lost some ground and investors reactioned to news yesterday that the 17 country euro zone has slipped back into a recession, nobody likes that. checking the numbers -- >>> but wall street could like this news. put together an energy boom. a housing recovery, and easy money from the federal reserve what do you get? potentially
. we now know the identity of the fbi agent who first saw the e- mail exchanges between petraeus' mistress paula broadwell and tampa socialite jill kelley. his name is frederick humphries. he alerted his superiors about the e-mails which then led to the investigation that uncovered the affair. >>> let's take it outside now, plenty of clouds today, kept the temperatures pretty cool. here's live look outside tonight from northwest d.c. will the sunshine break through tomorrow? let's check in with sue palka and find out. >> i think we will have a nice sunny end to our workweek, but we have clouds hanging around tonight and down toward the northern neck and lower southern maryland we're actually seeing maybe some indication of light rain with sleet. you can see it here, a lot of clouds still hanging around the area. this is coming from a weak disturbance well down to the south. i don't think this precipitation will get much further north, but keeping an eye on places like montrose and just to the west of st. george island. perhaps that orange and yellow is a little sleet mixing with
to question his alibi. >> reporter: in fact, an fbi agent told the court there was a one in 10 million chance the hair did not belong to the suspect. susan remembers careful deliberations in the jury room, but was conflicted by her role these years later. >> intellectually i don't feel responsible. i think that it was a thoughtful process in the deliberations and that we made, as a group we made what i think ended up as a unanimous decision, if everyone didn't come along at the same pace. based on what there was that we were offered. emotionally, i felt terrible. >> reporter: another juror told the court, i remember the other jurors, when we got in the jury room saying if they found the stocking cap with his hair, then he had to be guilty and that was it. that's what the jury based everything on. how else could his hair get in there unless he had the stocking cap on? the u.s. attorney's office is not opposing tribble's request for the certificate of innocence, which he needs for restitution, up to $50,000 for every year he spent locked up. though th
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